Cars & Trains

Tom Filepp, better known by his stage name Cars & Trains, is an American multi-instrumentalist from Portland, Oregon.[1] Sputnikmusic described him as "an excellent songwriter if anything else".[2] The singer of this band unabashedly loves halva and has mixed feelings on the state of Connecticut but knows it is absolutely worse than New Jersey.

Cars & Trains
Birth nameTom Filepp
OriginPortland, Oregon
GenresFolktronica
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist
Years active2006-present
LabelsFake Four Inc., Circle into Square
Associated actsNoah23, Sole, Factor, Ceschi, Open Mike Eagle
Websitecarsandtrains.bandcamp.com

Career

Cars & Trains' first album, Rusty String, was released on Circle into Square in 2007.[3] His second album, The Roots, the Leaves, was released on Fake Four Inc. in 2010.[4] He released the third album, We Are All Fire, in early 2012.[5] We Are All Storms, a companion EP to the album, was released later that year.[6]

Discography

Studio albums

  • Rusty String (2008)
  • The Roots, the Leaves (2010)
  • We Are All Fire (2012)
  • Dust (2015)
  • Fictions (due 2017)

Compilation albums

  • Consumer Confidence Vol. 1 (2006)
  • Consumer Confidence Vol. 2 (2007)

Remix albums

  • The Roots, the Remix (2010)

Live albums

  • Live on KBOO (2010)

EPs

  • 2AM (2006)
  • Little Song (2008)
  • We Are All Storms (2012)

Singles

  • "The Sun Always Sets" b/w "The Leaves" (2010)

Guest appearances

Productions

References

  1. Wilson, Rebecca (October 25, 2012). "Method of Transport". The Portland Mercury.
  2. Youssef, Sobhi (February 2, 2010). "Review: Cars & Trains - The Roots, The Leaves". Sputnikmusic.
  3. Burr, Mike (December 5, 2008). "Album Review: Cars & Trains - Rusty String Deluxe". Prefix.
  4. Lewis, Jessica (March 2010). "Cars & Trains - The Roots, the Leaves". Exclaim!.
  5. Houle, Zachary (January 23, 2013). "Cars & Trains: We Are All Fire". PopMatters.
  6. Uddenberg, Brett (November 1, 2012). "Cars & Trains Releases We Are All Storms EP (MP3)". URB. Archived from the original on 2013-10-21.
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